2 Kittens Found Wandering into Workplace Together, Won't Leave Each Other's Side

2 Kittens Found Wandering into Workplace Together, Won't Leave Each Other's Side


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Earlier this month, two little stray kittens wandered into an industrial area, where many stray animals frequent.

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A few employees were having an office party when they spotted the two ginger kittens outside, looking for food. They tried to approach them, but the kitties quickly retreated back into the shrubs. They gave them some chicken, and one of the kittens grabbed a piece and went right back to hide.

Turned out, the kittens had been seen with a mother cat. They were the only two survived from their litter, trying to scrounge a meal in the cold (in Montreal, Canada).

Chances of survival are low for kittens in that condition. The employees contacted a local TNR (trap-neuter-return) rescuer, Nadia, who then set up a few humane traps in the area.

It took her several days, but not only did she get the kittens to safety, but also their feral cat mom.

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The kittens had been weaned and were extremely close. Nadia brought the momma cat to a local rescue that specializes in helping feral cats - getting them spayed/neutered and finding them homes.

She also reached out to Chatons Orphelins Montréal, another rescue group, to get the kittens the foster care they needed.

"She returned to the industrial area several times to make sure that there were no more babies," Chatons Orphelins Montréal shared with Love Meow.

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The kittens were very scared and never left each other's side. They tried to comfort one another constantly. Nadia placed them in a warm, quiet room so they could eat in peace and finally get some shut-eye.

Watch the moment when they found the kittens in this video:

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"The two kittens, a brother and a sister, were brought to us," Chatons Orphelins Montréal said. "They were named Masala and Chamalow."

The feline siblings were very shy, huddled up together while they were at the vet. After getting the medical attention they needed, they were taken to a foster home to be socialized.

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The kittens are completely inseparable and won't let each other out of eye shot. You rarely find one without the other.

Chamalow is the braver one and very protective of his sister, who is a bit shy.

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"They like to hide and sleep in the blankets. They watch their humans and are starting to be more interested in them," the rescue said.

They are still a bit shy in front of people but have become more comfortable around other cats.

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The resident cats showed them the ropes and taught them to be more confident. Within a few days, they were playing together, creating all sorts of antics in the house.

The duo has grown to enjoy their new VIP life as indoor kittens. When they are not playing, they are cuddling with each other, like two peas in a pod.

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They continued to thrive in foster care. The two best friends followed each other around the house.

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A few weeks later, they had their dream come true.

They were adopted together to a loving home.

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